Many fly shops & manufacturers of tying material offer complete kits. These usually include everything you need to get started in fly tying including all the tools, materials, & instructions to tie up a few types of flies. Like just about everything else in life, you get what you pay for & a cheap kit will have lower quality tools & materials. Good kits are a great way to start any angler of any age or level into the activity. The folks at J.S. Stockard offer several different kits in all price ranges. They have something for everyone.
I'd also like to mention the "old reliable" of fly tying vises: the Thompson Model A. This vise has been made for over 100 years. While it doesn't have many features, it's well made & will work quite well. There are many choices of vises out there, but you can't go wrong with a Thompson model A.
No matter what your level of experience in fly tying, if you're looking for guidance or have any questions the man to talk to is, without a doubt, Joe Gablick at The Contented Angler. Joe is a master fly tyer & experienced teacher. He can help you with any problem you have & supply you with any material or tools you need. In fact, talk to Joe before you buy anything & you'll end up saving money in the long run. He carries a big selection of rotary vises, tools, materials & everything else you could possibly need.